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CAtatO BULLETIN.
Mm. BtriMtla RatliMa
Ayma.
LOCAL WXATMER KEPORT.
V, S. Sia. SH.,OMKnvmt's office.
Cairo. Jan. 38, 18T2, 10:11 p.m.
Bs.romtr 30.63, and rising.
ThcnMtMtrr 1 tiepreo below zero.
Wind orirtti. Telocity 14 miles per hour.
Weather, clr.
Maximam temperature last 24 hour, nt
3:30 p. ., 31 degree.
MlnMMUt temperature, last 2 hours, at
10 p, to., 1 Uefirao below zero.
iWsJKii wind Ut 21 hours, north.
Total.nutnUer of mllci wind travelled, last
54 hour, 831.
Thomas L. Watson, Observer.
LAROK stock of dry goodl at C. llanny's
Mr. N. L. Wlckwlro was In town j ester
day.
No Chicago or St. Louis paper come in to
sorrow.
John It. Barton returned
yesterday.
to Carbondalo
Larqe stock of cut talm and damask's at
C. nanny's.
Labok ktock ot wool blankets at down
price at C. llanny's.
Col. J. A. Sjrpcrt or Hopklimllle, Ken
tucky, was In the city yesterday.
Uaxdsome line of dress goods at C. Man
ny's.
A sharp and cutting wind as-at'ed the cars
ol everybody who was on the streets yes-tcrday.
A. Milner and It. M.
and V. railroad, are
Cnarles.
Warflcld of the
booked at the
Prof. Curtice lias postponed his concerts
one week. Friday and Saturday, the ?th
and fith of February.
Lakqk stock of bleached inuslln and blioet
lugs at C. llanny's.
Capt I. Clements, member of congress
from this district, took the train tor Carbon
dale from this city yesterday.
Sirs Schlctlnger has very kindly consented
to tike the part of "ltuth" In the Cantata,
which will be rendered on Saturday even
ing;. IIaltI MASQUERADERa I Masquerade
costumes, and false face-masks lor tale or
hire during tho season at John Schccl's
hall. J .11)25-1 m
Another cold and .wlitry day yesterday.
Tho thermometer fell In the evening nearly
as low as It has been at any time during tho
winter.
Coldf Greenland's Icy mountains are
nothing U. it. Wc are thinking ol purchas
ing a residence up there and moving tip Im
mediately. IIaxdsomk line of dress goods at 15 cts
at C. llanny's.
The admirers of I'rof. Denton, and they
are not few in Cairo, arc anticipating much
pleasure from the course ol lectures he Is to
deliver in this city.
Olo Hull, Miss Itidgeway, Mrs. Itldgcway,
l'eltro Fcrrantl, D. Hart Dcnck, A. A. Ash-
forth and Thos. K. Turnbull, arc ol tho Ole
Bull Troupe, and hava rooms at the St.
Charles.
A Hi e of $100 and costs was assessed
against the C. and V. railroad yesterday, by
Juge llross. Tho road was fined lor main
taining an obstruction on Commercial uvc
nue. the obstruction being tho track und
switch.
IiAROE stock of caipeting and oil cloths at
C. Emmy's.
The grand Jury returned nine Indictments
into court yesterday, ii will in all probabil
ity disperse omo time to-day. County
court will not convene u aln until the grand
jury is through with Its business.
Dancing School. Classes having been
organized, hereafter the young gentlemen's
class will meet on Mondays and Thursdays
at 8 o'clock p. m., and children's class every
Saturday at 2 o'clock p. m., at Philharmonic
hall. l-20-3t ClIAltf.KS) HaIIOY.
Among the arhaU at the St. Charles yes
terday were P. Hunson, New York ; J." N.
Andrews, Tlptonvllle ; A. P. Dunuy, ltlvcr;
J. U. Ilennet, Cincinnati; II. I). Draper,
Clinton ! L. li, Harris, Texas j Win. S.
Johnson, St. I.ouis; A. Kiddle, Ohio; J.
Davis, Clinton, ivy. . P. It. Itandall, Chicago.
Wo have very meagre reports of an uccl-
dent7esterday on tho Illinois Central road
near Kankakee. A passenger train of eleven
cars was thrown from the track by a broken
rail. Several persons were Injured. We
did not learn the names ot any except of
Jir. Jaunn, express messenger, whoso Inju
lies), we believe, arc tho most serious.
lOMOX
Uaany'j.
Mix.'
lock of brown domestics at C.
i were Issued out of tho police
eourf yesterday against parties who arc car-
ryisww their business without tho neccs
wry licenses. Wc are Informed that quite a
number ol parties who are doing business
requiring licenses, are known to bu deliu
quent, and will be brought before the pollco
court soon, they persist In violating the
ordinance.
IlAXMoSir line of Cashmeres at C. llanny's.
What Is ana-mla? Literally, no blood. The
blood, which Is tho Hie, becomes impover
ished by disease ; the sllgnest exertion wca
rles us; one tcels no energy whatovcr ; uul
versal lassitude seems to prevail; many be
come so wretched as almost to prefer death
to life. The remedy lor all this is simple;
the diseased matter must be abstracted Irom
the blood and carried out from tho body.
The kidneys will do all this If only the right
stusuleut be applied to them. Parker's
Compound Fluid Kxtract Iluchu has douo
wonders Injust such cases. Lcttho aillleted
try It. For sale by all druggists every
where. A distressing accident occurred ou the mill
car or the Illinois Central train last evening.
The mall car was switched off to the main
track aud met the car next It with a heavy
Jar. Mr. E. W, Wcldon, who has been pos
tal clerk between Cairo and Ccutralia for
twelve years, and who was In the car at Hie
time, was precipitated against one ol tho
cases with such force as to cause a severe
Injury. Mr. Weldon Is a very fleshy man,
and the physician in attendance could uot
determine at once whether a rib was broken
or not The accident will Jay Mr. Weldon
up for aoae weeks.
OLE BULL'S CONCEttT.
in spue ol the bitter cold weather
of last night, tho Athencum was
crowded lo its utmost. Tho opportunity of
ncanng uie unit on tlio violin, the greatest
oi an musical instruments, Is one not to be
ignored for any common reason. About
live hundred or our citizens braved tho
sharp winds cheerfully Tor tho sako of the
enjoyment which would follow, mid none
Wcro disappointed. They were sutprlsod
and delighted by tho music which ho bring
outoftho violin. Our pen Is not equal to
the tas ol describing the bcautr of Olo
Bull's playing. To hear of It and to hear It
are two dlflerent things, and hearing It Is to
add another to the pleasures of llfo. Mr.
Dcnck, t.ic conductor, is a lino pianist, and
touches tli J keys of tne splendid Ittiahu til
ano, ucd In tho Ole Bull concerts, with
skilled lingers.
Miss Itidgway Is a charming singer. Sho
hasa voice of rare sweetness; Its beauty
lies not so much In its strength as Its culti
vation, and a certain rippling cadence which
Is as unusual a It Is pleasurable lo tho ear.
Slgnor Fcrrantl Is Inimitable ; he was rap
iiirousiy etirorou nmi responded with nn
adinlriblc good humor which Infused tho
whole audience. Altogether t:to concert was
a great success. Tho Athencum was it lit
tle too chilly for comfort, which detracted
somewhat Irom tho plcntirc of tho mticcit.
POSTPOATD.
Prof. Curtice lias postponed hi" concert,
advertised for next 1'rhby and Saturday
nights, February nnd 8. Tho lirf-t will be
concert ol miscellaneous nuilc. Mrs.
Lansdcu, Mr. Moirls ami others will slue; on
Friday night.
Uandsomr line of reps and llgtircd de
tains at C. llanny's.
To the Afii.icti:i. Dr. Wm. Cro-kcv
of A'cw York city, and lor live year resi
dent physician In llcllovuo ami Charity
hospital, Is now stopping nt Dclmonlco
hotel, where he rim be consulted for treat
ment of all forms of chronic illsiue. Dr.
Croskey is neither a Incited quick nor a
travelling humbug but a regular graduate of
two of the best medical schools In America.
He challenges competition In the line of
diseases of which he makes a speciality.
Oo aud sec him, examination free. A'o cure
no pay. 1-2:1, lv
THE COXCKIIT to-night.
Olo Bull will perform this evening "The
Nightingale," from a Itusslan legend com
posed by himself; "The Mother's Prayor,"
also his own composition, and the first
prayer written. Slnco ho nave to the world
this beautiful composition we have had
"Maiden's Prayers," "Angel's Prayers," and
many other "Prayers," but In tho minds of
the most able critics Ole Bull's "Mother's
Prayer" Is far beyond them all. His finale
programme plcco will bo "The Carnival ol
Venice," which calls forth tbn greatest bow
ing of any piece in his rtptr toire.
I -mJiJlL tAAS UlllSA MIS, JL.O I U
CIRCUIT COUUT.
SXCONC DAY, SECOND WEEK
The whole of tho foronoon was occupied
In making up a Jury to try Christopher Muif
flcburger lor tho murder of one Dodds In
Union county somo ten months ago.
This cose was brought from Union county
on a change of venue. The pcoplo are Rep
resented by Messrs. Pope and Webb. Shtif
tlleburgcr will bo ably defended by Gov.
Dougherty, A. M. Dougherty, and Judge Al
lcn. Twcuty-ono witnesses wcro sworn In.
From tho number of witnesses to he exam
ined It Is altogether likely that tho case will
occupy tho attention of the court for the bal-
lance of the week.
Coinmunlctncd.
DIED.
In Natchez, Mississippi, Jan. 10, 187.1, Mrs.
Klvlna Howe, wilo ot tlio late Koucrt J.
Howe, aged ft!) years.
Mother dear, thou art art gone "Ho who
doeth all things well" hath summoned
thee, and thy spirit hath winged Its flight to
tho bright realms of n glorious and holy
sphere, whero tho spirit of our father nwnlts
thee.
Mother ami Father; both gone. They
who to patiently watched over u In our
blumbe'lng Infancy, and guided our fuller-
ItU footsteps who taught us how to Hop tho
names now so dear to us, Instilled into
yoiithlul minds, a kuowlcdgo of His word,
and engraved on our memories, over to be
remembered ; who ministered to our every
want, and wcro ever vcadyjo counsel us
with good advice; they ha"c gone. The
dear famllar voices never to bo forgotten,
tuo hushud, and tho Hps that oft bestowed
the luting kiss are cold In tho embrace of
death, Their Inanimate forms lay beneath
the mouldering sod, but their spirits live In
in tho peaceful ubodc of Ileal en.
Father and mother, may thy spirit, In
angel form watch o'er thy children, nd pro
teet us from harm, and shield us ftoin cll.
Guide us aright In tho path of duty, and
when life's Journey on earth Is ended,
guard us safcly thiough tho "dark valley"
to the bright homo beyond.
ItlVJfill NEWS
pout or c.uno.
AIUUVKI).
Steamer Illsmarck, Louisville.
" J. H. Johnson, St. Louk
" Park Painter, "
" St. Luke, "
" Potomac, Memphis.
" E. C. Klllott, "
" St. Joseph, "
" Winds, Columbus,
DtTAIlTED.
Steamer Bismarck, New Orleans.
" J. 11. Johnson, "
" Park Pulntcr, Memphis'.
" St. Luke, Ouachita river.
" Tyrone, Nashville.
" F. P. Graccy, "
" Potomac, Cincinnati.
" Oranu Tower, Memphis,
" Colorado, Vleksburg.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Crescent City, Now Oilcans.
" Gla-gow, Hickman.
nia JIUDDV COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
and night with either Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In any quanllty an i on ,ua tl.rmv
ut the yard at Grand Tower, Illinois, .w!
clal contracts ollered on favorablo term,
upon application. '
11. V. Olyniant, (Ion. Sunt.
D.O. Boki:e, Sales Agent,
co.vhitiox or tuk RIVERS,
The Ohio was rising slowly hist eienlng
and will probably lie found stationary this
morning. New inado Ico pasi-cd by out of
the Ohio yesterday and was sharp as iiknlfe.
The Ice In tho MIssMppl continued heavy
aud In abuudauts. The. rl,o In the Ohio has
backed up the water In tho Mississippi
sc that there is very llulo current in Unit
river ond the lie moves at a slow pace and
there are well founded fears that It will yet
gorge about Greenfields If the present cold
snap continues n day or so longer. Naviga
tion In tho Ohio and lower Mississippi was
resumed yesterday. The Mississippi Is
still declining anu there Is want six fuot In
tho chaticl to Sf. Louis. Thero is n very
good stago or water In tho Ohio.
Special dispatches to the Bulletin report
tho condition of tho Ohio nnd Mississippi
.rivers nt various places.
nusi.vcss and weathkr.
Business on tho levco was moderately ac
tive ond nil departing steamers had good
trips.
Yesterday was a cold, windy day with n
light thuh of snow In tho morning.
miscellaneous.
Tho Bismarck enineotit of the Ohio loaded
ilatdown mid laid hero Sunday iwing her
vwioch, which were badly broken up by the
1CU.
Tho St. Luke had n good trlnnf ficMil for
the Ouachita river nnd nil points thereon.
Sho had n dl-jnilc with tho ice In Bird's bend
as to whether or not sho should come out. as
the Ico was so heaer mid floated very slow.
aim it was Hard work for her to force her
way through alter dark-. 1
J'ho J. 11. Johnson had a fair tilp for tho
South and arrived nt dark Monday night.
Shu left yesterday morning early.
1 he llttlo towboat Park Painter camo out
from St. Louts flying light, and went lo Mem
phis to go lu to the business of towing wood.
for which idio has been chartered lor forty
days.
The Tyrono departod for Nashville loaded
flat with coin.
Tho departuro of the Tom Jasper lullv
laden for Now Oilcan Sunday evening, was
overloaded.
J'ho IJIn Hughes has had live owners lu
lour months time.
Tho Potouiao eamu In early volcrdav
morning. Ilko a thief In thu night and when
It wrs tho'ight that no boat could show her-
elf up through tho Ico niter dark, sho had
n light trip for Cincinnati.
Thu Klllott and St. Joseph arrived from
Munphio yesterday with considerable cotton
or St. Loul, and a yet have uot decided
what they will do.
Capt. Pcgram and Major Frank Hundley
arrived from St. Louis yesterd.iv tiittriilnir.
I he James Howard's shalt arrived trom st.
.ouls yesterday and will be put In po-itlou
minedlatelv.
ltepalrs to tho Glasgow hull nro dono mid
sho took out n lull trln to illckmin la-t
night.
'the Great Itepubllc and Itlchmond cn
outo rrom St. Louis to Now Crleain- are
drawing moro water than thero Is lu the
river between hero and St. Louis, and when
last heard from they were both aground a
short distance below St. Loui, and will pro
bnbly have to wait a risoto enable them to
get out.
The Crescent City left yestcadav evening
with five freighted barges and tho hull ot
the steamer L'ninu which sho will leaw nt
Vick-burg.
Homo Advertisements.
AMVMKHKKT.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City Kntluitiil lsnnk Ballillitr-
M.SpKil attention paid to orders Ironi hdj
hosts night or dav
IDLEWIL1) MILLS
Corner Twanty-'econd street and Ohio
i.ovee.
SUl'EKIOK
STB AM DKIKD
31 HAL
CO UN
Alwiys nn h m l. nnd at tho lo westniarho
price. Aho upod nrtlclo of
00"W PEED
if.9"..V!l.l:?J., .,'oavo or,Icrs ut HALL1DAV
BIlU l'llLftS, or apply at tho mill.
10-t-dtl.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
Kill MllfHIlut Hliorloist Itontcr
TO CHICAGO
i:iKllty'MII-H lliv Miiirlftst ltdiiln
TO ST-LOUIS
NO Oil AN OK OF OAHS
FROM CAIltO To
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OIIAN'OE OF CAES
OM CAIltO TO
Cincinnati, i.. I Innup'illx, Tolwlo.
lrnlt, Clcvt'Innd, MKnr FtVr
tlaltlu.ore, I'lillailelplib, Now Vork.
lloilou and nil points ia?t,
Milwatikle, Janearille, Maillsnn,
LsUromie, bl. Paul and all points north.
Tins is also tho only direct mute to
JWalur, niooinlngton, Hprinsfld,
Vorla. Wulncy, Keokuk,
Hurlinulon, llnck bland, Lu Salle.
Mrndols, Iiixon, Kre-port,
Oaleua, Iiitiiuiu, Moiu oily,
Omaha oud all poluta norlhwcst.
hlenant
Drawing Iloom Sleeping Cu"
On ull NighUTrains.
IJdSRO Checked 10 all Important points,
lot tlckeli and information, apply to I. C. Il.lt
ileHiti t airoi on hoard I lit. trim, it atimmer l.e
tueeu Coliimtm and Cairo, ami al Inn prlncli..i
rallroa I ticket offlca IhrniiKhoui tho outh.
V. P. JUHNiON. Oru'l cms. Ak'I, Chicaio.
A. Mitciilll, Ocn'.l Hiip'l. Chloano,
J. JOHNSON. Au't. Cairo.
SPMNOF1KL 1) A NI) I h LI N O VS
SOUTIIEASTEUN 11. t.
On nnd aftor Monday, April 24th,
trains will run us follows:
Notrriir.nx divisiok.
TUtlSS O0INI1 SOUTIItilT,
Lo Vlrclnia
" Hprlnniletd.,
,' Taylorvlllo,.
Arrive at t'anu..
Mull.
....CO a, m...
0;0 " ...
.... 10.11 ...
...11.10 " ...
Ktprujw.
1:1'. li. m.
aii "
. n
o.lT "
TBSIVS O0IMI .S0IIII1WKT.
Express. Mnls.
I.eava l.isi a. m J 3A a. lu
" Taslortill 1.1U " to
Airlvoteipriniillld...e.n " itio
l,u ie Hprnuflold 1.5 " in 4.
Arrnniil Vliginia 8.5 " s.u
SOUTH KKK UIVISIOX.
taaiss ooisij tovninisT,
i,'ae KdKwood ft.ao a. m, ,.,.iB,r(
. ", l'l - " 1 l.4i
Arrlro at tihawneet'd .3i " 6 15
r.fr
TWO
GRAND CONCERTS
Will be nlvcii at the
ATIJENEUM
ritlDAV AND SATURDAY KVKNINGS
J11.1. Ill), mill l' li, I, ln.it.
iiv tiii:
MUSICAL TALI!XT 01' THIS ( ITV.
Under tho dlicctlnu of
IM()K...V. v. ouutiui:.
TIki flrt nvrnliiK will be n mlcc llaucnus
coliccrl, cmi'Mllirf cf
Ol'l'.ltATlC, SllNTIMKNTAt, A.Ml C'OMIf
MUSIC. '
Tim lecondevenliu: wilt be reiulcli'd tin'
beailtltul
O A IT T A T A
or iti'iii
in ri'Li,coTr.Mi:.
Two very attractive prniniimiip which
rnnimt fall to plea-c the public. Let home
lalcnt ami Indii-lrv be appreciated by a
crowded hou'f on each hlcht.
Tickets , rl ccnt.
Itefoned cals X cents cMr.i.
I'orsalc nt Hartiniu'. corner of Slvth
street and Coinincrclal avenue, ul-oat l.'ock
well A: Cu'h book inrc. No. lit Coiiuucrcl.il
:n enilv.
ICff'Doors oicii nt 7, ciiiniiicncc at
t-'.'t (It.
(311 AN I) .MASQUliHADK V.Ahh.
A Oram! Masquerade Ball will be kIicii at
WASHINGTON HALL
ivr.DXKsn.vY miiht, jammiiv un.
nv tiii:
GER3IAXIA
DANCING ASSOCIATION
The manager of the association iindeitand
how to make the occasion u plcaant one for
nil who may wMi to attend, ami a good IIiiib
for all Is insured.
A CORDIAL INVITATION
IS KXTENTKI)
TO THE TJBXjIO.
Let there bo a full attend nice. Tickets can
bo had at the stores of
PAUL G. SCI1UH.
BUDElt BEOS..
nnd J. BURGEE.
JSrrarllctilar rautinn will bo exercised at
tho cloorto sco that no improper Intruders,
gain admittance. l.HMd
ATIIKNKU.Af.
ATHENKUM,
MIL T. It. TUitNBULL
respcctftllly announces the appearance of
the great ilollu virtuoso,
OLE -JB TJXjILi
IN ONE Oil AND CONCEUT.
TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28.
Assbted by the following eminent and pop
ular Artists.
MISS GllAZIELLA KIDOWAY,
SIONOR FERUANTI,
iiaiitiuxi: COMIC.
TROF. JOSEPH II. DENCK,
1I A.MS 1' AtllfcCONDl'CTOIt.
The (;oneert will commpneo at 8 o'clock.
Admlson $. llesened seats TpO cents
tixtra. to be olitalnad at Hartinan'n store on
and after Jan. 'J.'illi.
Tlio urand l'launfoites used at this Concert
nro from tho celebrated manufactory of
in. Kiiano .VU(i Ilaltlmore. l-'Jl td.
'iV. II. Mcrni,
Notary Public.
It. II. CanJce
No. Puli. and It. H. Com
51 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd ni in who can do business
on tho quiet, I guarantee an Immense I'm-.
tiiiius,1;nsly, rapidly , and lu perfect salcty.
Addicts In perfect coiitldcncc,
. , Wm- Waiiiiiw,
2S West Fourth street, New York.
12-2j w ilm.
KIKE, HULL, OAHOO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
-ETNA, UAUTFOHli,
Assrt ys,M9,&nj )
NORTH AMKKICA, PA
Assets f2,733,UX) 00
UAUTFOHLI, CONN.,
Asset f i,nt,W) 11
PUa-.NIX, HARTFORD,
Assets 51,781, US at
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
Assets 1l,m,m 1
i'UTftAil.HAR'I'Koitl),
Assets 7CC,937
CLKVKLAND, OLKVEbAMJ.J
Astels J15,C73 hs
IIOMU.COLUMIIUS,
Assets 11(8,278 43
AUKIUCAN CENTRAL, MO
Asrels Sj&OO.OUU C
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
Assets - 130,000,000 w
TRAVKLEHS', HAUTFOItl), LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Ariel f 1,600,000 V
RAILWAY PABSENOERS A8UKAN0B
CO., HARTFORD,
Vrseti .".... tbW,W0 00
INDirXNDKNT, 1I08TON,
Atita 0W,M2 00
S AFFORD, MORRIS &0ANDEE,
71 Ohio Ivee,
Onr Homo Advertisers.
BsNIC
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Clinrtrred Hnreti HI, tin.
OfriCR OF
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIUO
OFl'ICKItfl :
A. B. PAKKOHD. President ; '
S. S. TAYLOIt, Vlrc-l'resIiK nt 5
II. HYSLOl', Secretary and Tmnnirrr
I'. M. IllRCI AT,
I'. It. Uruoiri itii.
H. 11. OVfSIAOIIAM,
OlAS. (III1'I,
IUclO. Mcurn,
U. I . IIJIIIJIAI,
J. It. rnti.i.iM.
IIPioslfn til any Ainnmit l'.i- els ert Iron.
Ton CviiIh tlimiirdi.
JNTKllKflf paid on deposits nt the raltol six
, pot cent, per annum, MnicU lstsr.it .pf.;
Iwr lr I. Interest not wlthdrnstn Is rM.il inniif.
iliAtdjr tutlu ,rni,:ii,il of the deposits, tticn l'i
K'HtiK them coinpouml luierffl, ' .
MiKllIKn WOMRX AHII L'lltl,IRr.M MAV
llEPOUlT UONKY
4 that No use i.ui rix i.nisr it.
Open etcry bnsinets lsy from 'j k.iii. In 3 p. in.,
nr.O Kntunlnr ercaiUK fur HAV1M1 DUi'ufl
011I), from 8 to b'cluck.
silOtl W. IIVHI.OI'. TienHri.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIltO. ILLINOIS!
UAI'ITAL," - 81(10.000
W. I'. IIAI.UIDAV, Pre.l Jen ;
II CNHV L. llALLIt'AV, Vice-I'K-Mi ni
A. Is. aAFPORD, Oj-LUri
WALT till UYSl.OJ', it flu fit
r-utcror-m
Ht. its Tstios, ltjsraT II. Cisnsoinu
flthur L. 1Iallii.t, W. 1. Hallicat,
Ot ). 1. WiiLlAutoN, hTtr:i.s: jM,
A. II. tiAiruun.
KarliHUsrs, Coin nnd ItiilliMl Htnlrk
ItussiU ilofisilK nsil rtolil.
EP03IT3 rebelled, and genernl btnUlns
buslnnns done.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or (lAiiio.
DANIT.L nUltn, ,re,Ient
hOHERT. Mil.. .Bit, lie-fre. llsnt
O. N. UUUIIEH, Ciunlxr.
CDLLKCTIONS I'EOMITLY ilADE,
E
XCIIANitE, coin, hsnk nolvs snl UmteO
utstes securities nouRninnii noln,
SnlKrral Allnsvnl unTMirl)ei
C. WIXSTOX,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 74 Ohio J.r.vr.K.
OII'cr the followliij! valuable real clatc for
sale, which is selected from a very large list
of valuable real estate for sale and lease,
as presenting very fasorablo terms for In
vestments! A larjrc two story house, In pood repair,
together with - lots, 011 Cross street, ucar
scliool house, a .No. 1 bargain.
That line larKO house and lot (!, bloeV .'I,
city, 011 Washington avenue betw ecu Fourth
aud Filth streets.
Lot No. S, block No. fl, Ohio L-vcc.
Two splendid high lots on Walnut street,
next to corner of Kfjflh i-trect. Very cheap.
Two lots on Tenth Mrcet. between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Verv iiu-lr.iljlu and will
bu sold cheap.
1 nice lots on cellar street, well situated
at a li:ir'iilll.
Thoto t.so Ann business lot, l.'i and 1(5,
block It, city, uli Commercial avenue, near
corner of Eighth street, un w icb now
Hands the livery stable of Miles l'arker.
Possession given flrt of A pi 11.
Four lots on Twenly-llrt street, nearCom
liinrelal avenue and freight dejtot of the C.
and V. railroad.
Two lots 011 Commercial avenue, near cor
nerof Thirty-third street. Will be sobl
cheap.
Two good business lot", 7 and S, block 41.
city, on Washington aventlo und corner ol
I'iltceulh street. Directly opposite custom
house
Lots It, 10, 11 and 12 same blockaud In rear
of last mentioned lots, 011 Mllceiith street.
Lots U and 10, block So, city, on Thirteenth
street, near Coinincrclal a ciittc. 1'i lce jaw
each.
A fine farm of 150 acres, with good Im
provements at (looc Island, adjoining the
urrn ot O. (ireonlcp, Eij The soli ami fer
tility aro unsurpassed, being rich bottom
laud entirely nhotu ovelllow.
.Several well linpioved fruit farms In Pu
laski county.
lu,(W0 acres unimproved land in Alexan
der and l'ulaski cumulus, lu bodies to suit
purchasers.
'.'.'i.ikkj acres unimproved, well timbered
I. uul In Arkansas, ncar(iceo1a, No, 1 cotton
lauds. Titles to all thu loregoing perfect.
f 0 k"T"ea s e .
Tlio Ferry House. This large and commo
dious and well situated hou-u will be lcacd
tor a number of years 011 very advantageous
terms.
'J'hnso llnely situated residence lots 21, tli
and i'l, block M, elly, corner of Ninth and
Walnut streets,
FOIt SALE Olt LILVSIl.-Lots in uny
part of tho city. l-2.'i lm
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTQRNKYb
A!D
COUNSELOltS AT LAW,
tVllliiini II, (ireen, 1
Wilhsra II Gilbert, CAIRO, ILIdNOIri.
Miles F. Gilbert, J
rKeciit. attention Rlvsa to Admltsltr sod
enmboat business.
OX TICK oniOLKVKf.BOOMB 7 AND 8 OVKH
CITT NATIONAL IIAVK.
hlNEGAH, MUXX& I'Ol'E,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S HLOCIv,
Culro, Illinois,
HTLAJIIIOATN.
0AIRO AND PADUOAII
MAIL BOAT.
Tho splendid steamer
Dick Fowlkh, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxecpted), a
4 p.m. For freight orpassago apply on boat
or to Jas. Mai.louv, Ag't.
bin lilt
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND 1MCTAIL
D RU G 'GISTS, '
iTO. 74- OHIO L1jV1E-
Rclnil and I'rcscriptiou
Corner Washington Ave,
Mild Eighth street.
CHEMICALS,
wm bashes. BalSTUrTSJKllo
ti Bfi9 COSMETICS BgH UmTERSlSafl c
iHH TOILCT PF1 matcmiaJHH O
xwncsts, mlnhrmRlfi,
CHEST PJIOTKCTORS,
Ol eliamoN and rabbit skin,
for Weak lungs.
At IIAKCLAY HltOS.
CIILOltATL
LOZENGES
FOK SOIlE THItOAT,
Prepared ami sold
Hv IIAUCLAV UKOS
HOHSK AND
CATTLE MEDICINE
And l)siir,.t.n. forMnbles
At IIAKCLAY I1HO.S
r VIXK CIGARS,
HOMIV lIKi;."
"VMITMS AMLItICA,
And " 1nlvrrs.tl .Standard."
- At J1AHCLAY IlltOS.
11-M-tr.
TEUTONIA L I F E INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ct:.vr'!..OmcK, 172 VTa.hiinoto.v Sr.
A.CTIYA, SS50.000.
This Herman Life lus.iraiica Company
guarantees not only I'ald-up FollcIc but
also a Value ill C'a-fi nil the NoiilorMtliru
plan.
HALOOXH.
JOHN A. IIUOK, -C.
KNOHELSDOKF, -
- President
Heoristary
JOHN W. FltUKsjS,
.gent for t.'aiM and vlrlnitr.
CIIY.STAL SALOON
AMD
HEADING EOOMS.
-MICHAEL COYXB, Propriolor.
(01.11 I'OST OITlf.'K UTANO.)
I
Corner .Sixth street and Commercial A
! The best brands ol Clears, choice W'ns.
I.Iipiop., etc., always ou hand.
GTOpen day and ulght.rj
IJIS.MARK RIWI).
fifX riONNO. 4T. (
Association for promotlni Life Insurance 1
and .Sick Itellcf by weekly dues and mutual !
eo-opcratlon lu objects ot public bclicllt.
Thu Li u Insurancu Follclus will be i.-ued
by the TcutouU Lllu In.uralico Company.
II. -MEYEUS, 1'residetit.
JOHN W. IT.l'ESS, Ao't.
2-sllT rorl'iilrnHnil vlrlultr
OIvD DEL.MONICO
.SALOON AND HEADING HOOMS
CorAv?'' WINTEK'S IILOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
i'roirleturs,
CSTTho best brands of Clgsrs, choice
,i int., i.iiuui,cic., auvsys on Uand tl
Eh UORAIiO
IIII.LI AK1S
BILLIA.BDS.
J Hi LLIAKI) SALOON AND BAR
ROOM.
JOHN UXTtM, l'roprleiler.
ri s 'Jr ""r-o",
i to Ornmereisl Arenno. CAIRO. ILI.IMUr
fi-! II.. I l.r.ml nt P.llf. r I.. ,. .
I Itii. 1. 1 AIIII .ilnnn SmlA.. I. . I , ...
x-A i of,:l,"'":'in,1,arnpplicdiTUhwlnes,riiior
jTjQftjj and t-lirar of tlienc-i tmiti I-.
ST. NICHOLAS
BI.LLL1 AUD 11 ALL
HAIIUY WALKER l'rop'r.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
Ami two lino
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tho saloon l stocked with tho best
Brands of
WINES,
LTQUORS,
and CIGARS
MIXED JDJEbXlSTlS
nro compounded In tho most approved st)le
drUonio and sop lor yourself, jra
LTTTLF KENTUCKJAN
SALOON
AMI
-Rv-ESTAUIELSrT.
(Open Day and Nlfc'ht.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Cth streets,
CAIUO, ILLS.
WI.M-.M All .luoTiitsi.'
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GHOCEltS,
OniO LEVKB
(J A 1 HO. ILLINOIS,
Also, keep constantly on lisiid most com
pleto stock ol
8COTOH AND IHIBIl WIIISKItS
-O 1 N H,-
I'ort, Mnderln, Sherry and Cutawba "W Inos
p JltVTII A CO, seTTTicluslvelji for cssh, t-j
V. n...... .v. " IM.I.W .lit, VBCHCUVl StlBD.
turn "I clime ImrKSin buyer.
K. M. S T O (J K F I, E T II ,
ii'ocrssoa i rou tic irc.csri.iiii
Urclirjeir nuit Whnleaale Doulo In
I'ortlgu stnd Uoinrollc
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Ohio Levjce,
OA1BU, ILl.l.NOia
-MEALS AT ALL HOUItS.
A tine new Dining Hall with every con
iiienco Ins been added to this popular
Kestaurant, and the guests will IIiiM eserv
remiUite lor thelraccomodatlou.
THE HILL OF FAKE
consists or every substantial and delicacy ol
the season,
TIKES
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOHS.WINES & CIGARS
CSTMIxcd drinks prepared with earc.
11-10 tf.
IlEAI. KNTATK ACJENC1.
I h keeps on hand constantly a full stock o
LOU Kentucky HourboD, itya nl Uoaoslt
I Wlilskios, Freosh Ursmlles, Pel n
Be and California Wines
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
IS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (SKCOND FLOOR) OHIO LXVXK,
CAIRO, ILLS,,
Uuv and Sxll Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FUUNISn AB8TEAOTS 07 TITLE
Ami pe-iro Conseysnoes nlKlads!
John (J. Hanuaii. Chas. Thrupp.
.JOHN Q. IIARJIAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS - ,
AMI
CONVEYANCERS.
Nor III Cor.Otb !. nil Ohio !
Cairo, Illinom.
Abstracts of Tltlo, Conveytnclnj md a
specialty. Itesl Estate bought aud sold,
S3TTaxes I'ald, ate.

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